Kinematic viscosity measures the rate at which momentum is transferred through fluid. It is measured in stokes. Viscosity is the internal friction of fluid produced by the movement of its molecules against one another. More »

Newton's law of viscosity is a constitutive equation that describes how a fluid resists attempts to move through it. It holds true with some liquids and fails in others. Therefore, it is not considered a fundamental law ... More »

Inelastic collisions are collisions between objects that do not conserve kinetic energy but do conserve momentum. They often occur between various molecules during chemical reactions. More »

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The law of conservation of momentum says that the momentum before an event must be the same as the amount after due to its constant conservation. It is an element of the law of inertia. More »

In physics, "p equals mv" is the formula used to calculate an object's momentum. The momentum of an object, represented by the variable p, is equal to the product of an object's mass, represented by the variable m, and i... More »

As explained by Hyperphysics, angular momentum is calculated by finding the product of the moment of inertia and the angular velocity of a rotating body or system. The moment of inertia with respect to an axis is the pro... More »

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The formula for calculating momentum is mass multiplied by velocity. An object's momentum is equivalent to its mass times its velocity, therefore the equation for momentum is the same. Momentum is measured in kilogram-me... More »

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